"I liked Havana! All 2 minutes and thirty-two seconds of it. It has a lovely melody and very nice folk chords. I first noticed that it felt haunting with an honest quality to it. I can imagine how Igor Stravinsky would hear it. The folk pieces of any culture are a sort of backbone. I mean that one can hear and relate to this piece on many different levels. It can be played and listened to on a very plaintive grass-roots level and it can be related to on a deep mature universal-voices-in-your-head level. Good pieces of music work in this manner."